Latest NGJA News

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    Below are the 3 steps to certify yourself for the 2022-2023 gymnastics season.

    Click on the box to follow each step.

    TESTS MUST BE COMPLETED BY SATURDAY DEC 10TH!

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    Slide show on Characteristics of a Quality Judge

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    Below you will find all documents as they are released pertaining to the NGJA Futures Project

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  • Sign Up for 2022 Judges Course
  • 2022 Frank J. Cumiskey Award Nominees
  • Characteristics of a Quality Judge
  • NGJA Futures Project – All documents to date
  • See More Posts >>

Latest Men’s Development Program News

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    The Men’s Development Program Junior Competition Manual and Technical Sequences Manual have both been updated for the 2022-2023 season. They can be found at this link: https://usagym.org/pages/men/pages/rules_dev.html. There are no compulsory routine structure changes within the junior program and the Technical Sequence updates are more clarifications that were used in the 2022 season, than wholesale changes. All new updates in both manuals are highlighted.

    When you go to the Google Play store to purchase/download the new junior manual, the main page may say that it is the Nov. 2021 version, but it is not. When you download the manual, it will be the new Nov. 2022 version. We are having trouble getting the main page to change to Nov. 2022.

    For those that have previous versions of the Junior Manual on their computer or phone, you will have access to the new content. However, you may be required to remove the download from your device and then download it again. To remove the download, click the three dots on the document cover from your “library”. After it is removed, you’ll use the same dots to re-download it. I have attached three screenshots to show where those dots may be located. You can also use those three dots to Export the document as a .pdf to be able to print a hard copy.

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    USAG Men's Development Program Rules - USAG Program Competition Rules, JE Technical Sequence Rules, Future Stars & other supplemental material

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  • Development Program Inquiry Form
  • Update Nov 2022
  • Men’s Development Program Rules
  • USAG Men’s Development Program Updates
  • See More Posts >>

Latest NCAA News

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    To All NGJA Members,

    Get ready for the 6th annual NCAA Judges Challenge!!!

    The 2022 NCAA Judges Challenge starts Tuesday, 23 November!!!  The Judges Challenge is the best way to improve your knowledge of the 2022-2024 Paris Code of Points and the 2022-2023 NCAA Modifications and the application of their rules.  By working with a group of judges you can discuss how rules are applied.  Then, when the panel publishes its analysis, you can agree, disagree, talk about the differences and ultimately your judging knowledge will improve! In addition, you can practice your shorthand and talk about the differences in the Junior Program.

    Registration will close on November 22. Therefore, form your team now and play to win NGJA apparel. Here is what you can do now to prepare:

    •       Call, text or email your judging friends and form your team now
    •       Each team must have 2 - 5 members and a team name
    •       The top 5 winning teams will all win NGJA embroidered polo shirts
    •       All routines will be judged using the new 2022-2024 COP with NCAA modifications
    •       Sharpen your judging skills and share your knowledge with your fellow judges

    Good luck to you and your team !!!

    Butch Zunich

    Challenge Rules

    Registration Links and Information

    ________________________________________________________________________

    Week 4 - 2022 NCAA Challenge Routine Evaluations

    FINAL STANDINGS

    1.  Low Bar Specialists - Jonathan Corbitt, Greg Ter-Zakhariants, Phillip Pruett, John Scanlan
    2.  Li Ning toward giving credit - Jon Karmecy, Dan Graham, Jon Klemens, Josh Seltzer, Curtis Wilson
    3.  Team NorCal - Tom Kutz, Michael Ashe, Greg Ter-Zakhariants, Sho Nakamori
    4.  May the Horse be with You - Bob Busse, John Scanlan, Wyatt Baier
    5.  Guiness Judging - Felippe Mendonca, Douglas Bernabe, Rodrigo Caron, Francisco Arce, Julio Cesar Bernal

    Week 4 Standings

    1.  NY to WA
    2.  Better Call Paul
    3t. Low Bar Specialists
    3t. MikCasaerFlips
    5t. Team NorCal
    5t. Vegas Knights
    5t. Laser Dragon Strike Force
    5t. 4 Amigos

    ________________________________________________________________________

    Week 3 - 2022 NCAA Challenge Routine Evaluations (amended)

    Week 4 routines

    FX
    PH
    SR
    VT
    PB
    HB

    ________________________________________________________________________

    Standings after week 3 (after amended evaluation) (after amended evaluation)

    1.  Li Ning toward giving credit
    2.  Guiness Judging
    3.  Low Bar Specialists
    4.  May the Horse be with You
    5t. Team NorCal
    5t. 100% Correct, 50% of the time
    5t. Get Off My Lawn!
    5t. No Inquiries Allowed

    Week 3 Standings (after amended evaluation)

    1.  Li Ning toward giving credit
    2.  Special repetition repetition
    3t. Colonials
    3t. Drinking and Driving Level 3s
    5t. Low Bar Specialists
    5t. 2 Micks and aFinn
    5t. The Chosen One

    Week 2 - 2022 NCAA Challenge Routine Evaluations

    Week 3 routines

    FX
    PH
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    VT
    PB
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    ________________________________________________________________________

    Standings after week 2

    1.  Guiness Judging
    2. Li Ning toward giving credit
    3. Low Bar Specialists
    4t.  100% Correct, 50% of the time
    4t.  Moves like jager
    4t.  Get Off My Lawn!
    4t.  MGJGA
    4t.  May the Horse be with You

    Week 2 Standings

    1.  Li Ning toward giving credit
    2t. Moves like jager
    2t. MGJGA
    4t. Okiejudges
    4t. WWII

    Week 1 - 2022 NCAA Challenge Routine Evaluations

    Week 2 routines

    FX
    PH
    SR
    VT
    PB
    HB

    ________________________________________________________________________

    Week 1 Standings

    1.  Guiness Judging
    2t. Low Bar Specialists
    2t. May the Horse be with You
    4.  100% Correct, 50% of the time
    5.  Belgium United

    Week 1 routines

    FX
    PH
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    ________________________________________________________________________

    The winners of the 2021 NCAA Challenge were:

    1. Drinking and Driving Level 3's: Jeffrey Zack, Dave Hirst, Michael Zack, Miska Kustin
    2(t).Lenny and the Jets: Lenny Lucarello, Travis Bluc, Lance Alberhasky, Phillip Pruett
    2(t)Horsing Around: Craig Nesbitt, Felix Aronovich, Mike Newberger, Jack Boyle
    4. Winter is near: Mark Sherman, Kristin Miller, Jeffrey Zach, James Sergeant
    5. Eyes Wide Shut: John Karmecy, Jonathan Conrad, Brandon Jones, Thomas Britton

    ________________________________________________________________________

    The Winners of the 2020 NCAA Judges Challenge were:

    Top Teams FINAL:

    1. Prestige Region Wide: Paul Evatt, Josh Wilson, Dave Forister, Brent Simmons
    2. Fystrom of Fury: Steve Jaciuk, Ellis Mannon, Alex Wittenberg
    3(t). Backflip: Gregg Didech, Malcolm Brown, Aj Van Dyck, Anthony Mason
    3(t). Big Dog Judging: Don Osborn, Darion Knight, Eric Van Sickle, Kevin Anderson
    5(t). The Rusty Belts
    5(t). Leg Kutz: Craig Nesbitt, Num Kutz, Linda Tickenoff, Kalind Carpenter

    ________________________________________________________________________

    The Winners of the 2019 NCAA Judges Challenge were:

    1       Midnight Train to Georgia -   S Nakamori, M Ashe, T Michaels, T Green
    2       Hudson Valley -                     B Bruin, N Dotson
    3T     WWBDII -                              C Adams, L Lucarello, J Corbitt
    3T     Go Flank Yourself -               G Didech, C Pryor, C Wilson, J Gaides
    5       No Pity for the Kitty -             P Wieging, E Shaw, H Steere, R Barclay

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    2022-2023 NCAA Rules Modification Document

    2022-2023 Gym Act Modifications Document

    Previous Modification Documents

    2020-21 NCAA Rules Modification Document - This document is revised to include "Virtual" NCAA Competitions

    2019-2020 NCAA Rules Modification Document

    2018-2019 NCAA Rules Modification Document

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    NCAA 2017 20 Interpretations - March 1, 2020

    NGJA/NCAA Interpretations Update - Feb 25, 2020

    NGJA/NCAA Interpretations Update to the Rules - Jan 22, 2020 

    NGJA/NCAA Interpretations Update to the Rules - Jan15, 2020 

    NGJA/NCAA Interpretations Update to the Rules - May 10, 2019

    NGJA/NCAA Interpretations Update to the Rules December 27, 2018

    Updated NCAA Interpretations - April 10, 2018 

    Updated NCAA Interpretations - March 23, 2018

    Updated NCAA Interpretations - March 7, 2018

    Updated NCAA Interpretations - Jan. 18, 2018

    Updated NCAA Interpretations - Dec. 20, 2017

    NGJA/NCAA Interpretations Update to the Rules November 11, 2017

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  • 2022 NCAA Challenge FINAL STANDINGS
  • New 2022-2023 Modifications
  • 2020-2021 Interpretations
  • See More Posts >>

Latest FIG News

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    Download Interpretations Document

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    Page opens a link to the current COP

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    This page redirects to Vault PDF table

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President’s Update

Special Recognition & Photo Gallery

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    2022 USA Special Olympics

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    Hall of Fame Inductees

    Gerrit DeJonge
    Dave Juszczyk

    Judge of the Year

    East: Dave Moseley

    Mid-East Paul Evatt
    Mid-West Mike Brey
    West John Milcarek

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    NCAA Championships 2021 - University of Minnesota
    USA Championships 2021 - Ft Worth, TX
    USA Olympic Trials 2021 - St Louis, MO
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